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Hallo HP-Community,

 

ich bin gerade dabei, bei einem älteren Desktop PC mit Microsoft Windows 10 (64-Bit) zu ermitteln, ob ein Windows-Upgrade auf die Version 11 möglich ist. Bei einer Software-Tauglichkeitsprüfung wird der verbaute Prozessor "Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6500T CPU @ 2.50GHz" als inkompatible Hardware identifiziert. Lässt sich die Hardware mit einer CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 der 8.Generation oder ähnlich aufrüsten? Wie ist dies zu bewerkstelligen? Danke für hilfreiche Tipps.

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Hi:

 

Unfortunately, your PC's chipset won't support an Intel 8th gen core processor.

 

Here is an easy way you can bypass the W11 processor requirements and do an in-place upgrade to W11...

 

First make this registry change...

 

https://www.hellpc.net/how-to-bypass-tpm-and-cpu-requirements-windows-11-upgrade-unsupported-pc/

 

Then download the Windows 11 ISO file (3rd option), not the W11 installation assistant.

 

Download Windows 11 (microsoft.com)

 

Then open the file with Windows explorer, and click on the setup application.

 

To do that, right click on the ISO file and select 'Open With' and select Windows Explorer.

 

See the screenshot...this is what you will see when you open the file with Windows Explorer.

 

Paul_Tikkanen_0-1634821746899.png

 

After you double click to run the setup application, you will get this window, and you can now upgrade to W11.

 

Paul_Tikkanen_1-1634821746897.png

 

You just have to accept the agreement that comes up during the upgrade process about your PC not meeting the requirements, etc., etc..

 

My unsupported W11 PC's got all of the W11 updates. 

 

However, I don't know how long that will continue, or what will happen when the new build of W11 comes out next year in October.

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Hello
Warning @DR27 
For the moment, it is not clear enough, the user is not always aware of the consequences
We can tell you, that despite everything we can install windows 11
Only, it is not without risk ..
Microsoft, warns users, but it's not very explicit

 

Windows 11 on devices that don't meet minimum system requirements 
We risk having serious problems, probably updates, security problems, we do not really know what else

If the installation goes well for some, for others it can be complicated

Re: [OMEN 17t-cb000] Windows 11 not fully compatible with BI... - HP Support Community - 8173257
Hp also might not provide any update:

 

HP PCs – Support for Windows 11 | HP® Customer Support

Think carefully, before taking the risk, see the experiences of other users, see if it can be interesting, or if you can wait to have a new computer later, 100% compatible!
Windows 10 remains one of the best systems, and can be used for quite a while.

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A bios update is not without risk!
Be aware that if you are offered to do so, it will be at your own risk, the computer may become unusable, think about it



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Thanks guys for the proactive action in this post.

 

Hi @DR27 


Thank you for visiting our English HP Support Community. We advise you to post your question in English to insure a quick response for the Community.This can also help other users to take advantage of your post, in the case they have the same question.

Thank you for your understanding.

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Hallo,
als nativ deutschsprachiges Mitglied sowie obendrein Besitzer solch tollen Produktes gebe ich mal das wieder, was hier eigentlich schon sehr detailliert in englisch mit unter geschrieben wurde.
Also der Elite Slice hat TPM 2.0, aber in der Tat nur eine Intel CPU der 6. oder 7. Generation, leider wird von Microsoft offiziell nur ab 8. Generation unterstützt.

Du kannst, so wie ich auch, deinen Elite Slice maximal auf einen Core i7-7700T (meiner kam mit 7500T) aufrüsten, aber das hilft dir bei dem Thema Kompatibilität auch nicht direkt weiter. CPUs der 8. oder höheren Generationen laufen aber definitiv nicht mit dem Elite Slice.
Sofern du ernsthaft das CPU Upgrade wagen möchtest, schreibe mich gerne an, du verlierst natürlich Garantie/Support, sollte dieser aktuell vorhanden sein. Anhand des Alters und der Preis für solch speziellen T-CPUs würde ich es JETZT zumindest nicht mehr empfehlen, rentiert sich einfach nicht.

Back to Topic:
Aufgrund der "Inkompatibilität" musst du entweder per ISO und Boot Stick Windows 11 frisch drüber installieren ODER du erstellst wie hier von Microsoft beschrieben den Registry Schlüssel und aktualisierst ebenso mit der Windows 11 ISO deinen PC. Hier kommt aber dann ein Hinweis das es zu Einschränkungen bei Updates etc geben kann, man kann es denke aber fast bedenkenlos durchführen.
https://support.microsoft.com/de-de/windows/m%C3%B6glichkeiten-zum-installieren-von-windows-11-e0edb...

Vorher Daten sichern schadet aber definitiv nicht.
Ich selbst bin schon auf Windows 11 mit dem Elite Slice, läuft nicht wesentlich anders, Treiberprobleme gibt es keine, zumindest beim Upgrade. 
Normale Windows Updates kamen auch hier schon einige, ob es mittel-/langfristig Konsequenzen gibt, weiß man jetzt aber zu dem Punkt noch nicht.
Bei weiteren Fragen gerne fragen.


 

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@RodrigoB wrote:

Thanks guys for the proactive action in this post.

 

Hi @DR27 


Thank you for visiting our English HP Support Community. We advise you to post your question in English to insure a quick response for the Community.This can also help other users to take advantage of your post, in the case they have the same question.

Thank you for your understanding.

Regards,


 

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